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April 7, 1888


JAMA. 1888;X(14):434. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400400022006

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As this number of The Journal will be placed in the hands of a large number of medical men that are not members of the American Medical Association, we wish to call attention to the way in which membership can be gained.

State and County Societies can send a certain number of delegates to each meeting, who thus become members, and retain permanent membership thereafter so long as their annual dues are paid.

Membership can also be obtained by procuring of the Secretary and President of such Societies a certificate of membership in good standing. This certificate, together with the annual dues of five dollars, must be sent to the Treasurer of the Association. A permanent membership can be gained in this way at any time. There is no limit to the number of such certificates that the officers of a Society may issue to its members. Membership, however gained,

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